Konami's upcoming free-to-play title Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel - scheduled to arrive on the Nintendo Switch and multiple other platforms this winter - will include cross-platform play and cross-save support.
Not only will you be able to take on opponents on different platforms, but you'll also be able to link your "Master Duel" game data across platforms - meaning you can play across console, PC, or mobile.
This information revealed during the latest Japanese trailer at Jump Festa 2022. The game will also feature the following:
- Beautifully presented Duels masterfully rendered in 4K resolution*
- Over 10,000 cards to unlock**, spanning over two decades of Dueling history
- Solo Mode campaign that showcases the unknown stories behind the cards
- Extensive Deck-building features and resources, including a massive database of Deck lists
- Detailed tutorials for beginners that teach you how to Duel as you play the game
- Special events and tournaments to enter – compete against players across the globe!
- And much, much more
Will you be trying out Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel when it eventually shows up on the Nintendo Switch? Leave a comment down below.
I mean, anything's a step up from link evolution.
says free-to-play I’m sold.
My inner 10-year-old is losing his little mind. I can't wait for this.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Eternal Duelist Soul on GBA is the GOAT (yugioh game)! It don't need 4k to be great
Should be good. I will be getting it
PSA: Another Yugioh Game, Rush Duel, released in early December if you want something to tide you over.
If they stop messing with the game Yugioh online seems pretty good. But they do so yeah
@dimi This, all this.
@SuperCharr Duelist of the roses was SO GOOD! I wish they could do another one but given how many cards there are now it would be impossible 😩
I will happily jump in as i love Yugioh and the game itself but it being F2P worries me because you will need certain cards and i just worry main stables like the various Hand Traps will cost a fortune or put in packs with poor odds. I have a pretty great deck in real life what could easily beat any "casual" fan and stand up to "pro's" but i doubt i could easily get that deck as it is in the game for free or at a good price.
I know a lot of people don't really care about this, but man, i love the fact that the story isn't just gonna be the animes retold for the hundredth time. It's the card lore, which has been unknown for the most part, due to most of the actual lore being in Japanese only artbooks. And i can see why they waited so long to do so, YuGiOh is CONSTANTLY updated with new cards, so making a live service game (even if it is Konami, but they did well enough with Duel Links) means that they can also keep the story up to date. Plus, it means lore fanatics (including myself) have more reason to play than this just being a really promising game with amazing presentation, and some interesting possibilities for the competitive scene. Oh, and cross play and save is nice i suppose.
I've been looking forward to this game before it was even announced.
I’m interested if only for the single player, but I’m guessing it’s gonna require an internet check in on every boot up.
I am so tired of having to "unlock" cards
@GsPandem I am interested in playing a good card game and I loved Yo-Gi-Oh when I was young and this seems fun.
My problem is I don't like playing online so can you please recommend me a good game with a good single player?
Thank you in advance.
@Dr-M There isn't exactly a modern YuGiOh game that has a good single player. While YuGiOh 5-D's 2011 is good, it was released nearly a decade ago. But, there is a very good unofficial simulator called EDOPro, and there's one that was in closed beta last time i checked named YGO Omega, but it may very well be out at this point, and while their single player options aren't the best, they're better suited towards learning the competitive environment, due to how customizable the A.I is. But if that isn't your cup of tea, the only other option is Link Evolution, but it's single player is a boring grindfest due to the packs you need to constantly need to open to make a semi decent deck, on top of the fact that it's another retelling of the animes, without VAing, and with no personality. At least the unofficial sims have all of the cards unlocked, and are updated regularly.
2021 is over, now it is 2022.
Konami, where is Master Duel?
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